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Anxiety Treatment

Learn how to overcome anxiety and find peace of mind with individualized therapy designed for your unique needs.

More Than Just Stress

Do you feel like people are more stressed out in our world today? While it’s common to struggle with anxiousness or nerves based on your circumstances, these feelings for some can become chronic. When this happens, it can feel impossible to break free from overwhelming worry or fear. 

If you’re struggling with your mental health, looking for anxiety treatment centers for help may be furthest from your mind. But with the right anxiety therapy, you can learn to overcome your negative thoughts and emotions and manage your anxiety in a healthy way. 

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What is Anxiety?

If you’re experiencing anxiety, then it’s likely you’re feeling worry, tension, distressing thoughts, dread, panic, or uneasiness. You may even incur physical reactions like high blood pressure. Occasional anxiety can be a normal experience. But anxiety can also persist, developing into an actual anxiety disorder. 

When you have anxiety that never goes away (and even gets worse), it can negatively impact your daily life, from your relationships and ability to work to your physical health and beyond. Before long, you’re avoiding places and people that trigger your anxiety and struggling to control your anxious feelings as they intensify. 

Common Anxiety Disorders

An anxiety disorder takes many forms. If you’re struggling with any of the following, our anxiety treatment program in Nashville can help you manage your anxiety well and thrive long-term.

Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)

The most common anxiety disorder, GAD is associated with constant, obsessive worry and anxiety over day-to-day activities. Typically this worry is greater than the circumstance deserves, and those struggling with GAD can feel unable to control their anxiety.

Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD)

Social anxiety disorder causes you to feel constantly uncomfortable or anxious in social settings. You may regularly fear being judged by others or getting embarrassed. Consequently, you may avoid social gatherings or have few relationships as a result.

Panic Disorder

Associated with recurring panic attacks, panic disorder causes sudden episodes of extreme anxiety or distress without any clear reason. When experienced, these panic attacks can produce great fear or terror and the feeling that you’re losing control.

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

If you’re struggling with OCD, then you may experience unwanted, intrusive thoughts that lead to obsessive, compulsive actions. Such anxious thoughts can affect your daily functions as you spend hours pursuing your compulsions (such as cleaning, organizing, counting, etc.).

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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can generate anxiety after someone has experienced a life-threatening event, such as military combat, assault, or a natural disaster. If you’re experiencing PTSD, a trauma-informed approach to anxiety treatment is key to healing.


A phobia is a debilitating, irrational fear of an object or situation. Common phobias include fear of spiders, confined spaces, needles, and more. These disruptive phobias can impact your work, relationships, and other daily activities.

Separation Anxiety Disorder

Prolonged, substantial worry, anxiousness, or dread over being away from a loved one is characteristic of separation anxiety disorder. Occurring in both kids and adults, separation anxiety disorder can cause panic attacks and impact your daily life if left untreated.

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The Importance of Treating Co-Occurring Disorders

For many experiencing an anxiety disorder, often other co-occurring disorders are involved as well. While depression may be the most common of these, some can also struggle with drug or alcohol abuse in an attempt to self-medicate their anxious feelings. All of this leads to a dangerous cycle of addiction and dependency. 

That’s why our treatment for anxiety also addresses multiple disorders at the same time—so you can achieve lasting recovery and total wellness.

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Experience Our Individualized Anxiety Therapy Approach

So what makes our anxiety disorder treatments different at Integrative Life Center? We understand that every case of depression and anxiety is unique to each patient. Therefore, we customize each stage of treatment to fit your needs and goals. 

We offer family and community support, individual and group therapy, and tailored treatment solutions that help you navigate the mental, emotional, physical, and environmental aspects of anxiety. If you’re ready to begin your recovery journey, contact us today. 

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